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Bloomingdale's Colors of Pride Celebration 2013

7x7 proudly partnered with Bloomingdale's for their annual pre-Pride celebration—a vibrant shopping event where 10% of sales benefited the iconic San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, who delivered a surprise, showstopping performance in the middle of the Mens Floor on 4.

Photos: Bloomingdale's New York Nights in San Francisco

On 10/11/12, Bloomingdale's in the Westfield San Francisco Centre staged a fun and lively shopping event to celebrate their favored Loyallists, presenting their first-ever preview night with music, bites, gifts and style.

Photos: Bloomingdale's Pride Celebration 2012

On June 14, Bloomingdale's staged a vibrant pre-Pride week celebration—The Colors of Pride—at their Men's Store on the expansive fourth floor of their Westfield Centre store nearby Union Square in San Francisco.

Event co-hosts included 7x7's executive editor Chloe Harris-Frankeny; Tout Sweet Pâtisserie's Yigit Pura (winner of BRAVO's Top Chef Just Desserts); and Richard Klein, founder/director of LGBT professionals network dot429. The room was rocked by special DJ and legendary drag queen Juanita More! and her retro soul/funk beats.

You're Invited: Bloomingdale's Pride Celebration 2012

You're Invited: Bloomingdale's Pride Celebration 2012

Join 7x7 and Bloomingdale's for a fantastic event kicking off Pride, with a private sale off all items throughout the store.

The special experience at the Men's Store on the fourth floor will feature the hottest beats from DJ Juanita More!, catered bites by Barbara Llewellyn Catering, complimentary libations from John Anthony Vineyards, Peroni Beer, Pink Pigeon Rum, Stoli Elit, and Stoli Hot & Sticki; and awesome prizes from "The Claw."

Thursday, June 14
6pm–8pm
Bloomingdale's
The Men's Store on 4
San Francisco

SF Street Style: A Modern Ad Man Shows Us Four Spring Looks, in The Mission

Meet Gabriel (Gabe) Johnson, born in Spanish Harlem, raised in Boston and, as of six years ago, a proud resident of San Francisco.

Gabe works as an adman, writing slick copy for the local boutique agency, Engine Company 1. When he's not busy getting wordy, he's involved in the local art and music scenes or in the kitchen, cookin' up something tasty.

Gabe kind of does it all, and he looks damn good while doing it. From nautical stripes to frayed-edge shorts, check out what he's wearing this spring. 

SF Street Style: The Trumpet Kid in the Financial District

You may have seen this snazzy little trumpet player, bustin' out a tune and dancing like nobody's business in front of the Ferry Building or behind Bloomingdale's. Well, this kid is one Mr. Gabriel Angelo, just 12-years-old, but well beyond his years when it comes to talent and style.<--break->

Look of the Week: Day + Night for SF Cocktail Week This Weekend

One dress + six accessories = a slew of fun looks. For this weekend's SF Cocktail Week, we'll focus on just two: day and night. For more casual events like today's East Bay Showdown, or Sunday's Belvedere Bloody Mary Brunch, go for the funkier day look. For fancier soirees like tomorrow's Barbary Coast Bazaar, or Saturday's The Legend Awards, doll-up for a glitzier evening look.

Photos: Fashion's Night Out San Francisco 2011

On September 8, Fashion's Night Out shined in San Francisco for the third year running. Over 40 stores across the city held special extended evening hours full of celebrity appearances, new fall collections, steep discounts, and much more. 7x7 was a proud sponsor of FNO, a global initiative created in 2009 by American Vogue, the Council of Fashion Designers of America, NYC & Company, and the City of New York to celebrate fashion, restore consumer confidence, boost the industry's economy, and put the fun back in shopping.

 

SF Street Style: The Man in The Red Bow-Tie, in The Mission

I caught up with visual designer Shawn Carrico, while standing in line at the SF Street Food Festival, last Saturday in the Mission. His red bow-tie and wicked-sharp glasses immediately caught my attention but, while he's incorporated great details, his outfit is still refreshingly casual -- and thus, street food appropriate. Shawn said his favorite eats at the festival were the Penang Curry Bomb Bun and Sharbat from Azalina's

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